Internships

Ninety-one percent of all Bryant graduates complete at least one internship, whether it be for academic credit, non-credit, paid or unpaid. Internships give you practical application and skills development in a professional setting.

Why do an internship?

  • Test a career field to see if a potential career is right for you
  • Get experience to add to your resume and complement your studies
  • Build your connections – many employers hire from within
  • To fulfill academic requirements and receive credit (optional)

Find an Internship

  • Log onto Bryant Career Connection (BCC) your one stop connection to internships, campus interviews, employer connections, career events, connecting with a career coach and more…
  • Attend career fairs, which attract over 100 employers in a variety of different industry areas.
  • Connect with alumni using Bryant Alumni Career Link.
  • Write your resume , create a LinkedIn profile and learn about cover letters.  Get your resume reviewed during Quick Questions. 
  • Meet with a career coach to create a personal search plan . Schedule an appointment through BCC.
  • Practice your interview skills by scheduling a mock interview.
  • Talk to everyone you know. You never know what it could lead to next.

Best Practice Resources

 Internship Search Resources

 

The Center assists all Bryant students with finding internships whether they are planning to receive academic credit or not.

 

Questions? Contact
Barbara Gregory, Manager of Academic Internship Program
Email: bgregory@bryant.edu
Phone: (401) 232-6355

Denise Gormley, Internship Assistant
Email: dgormley@bryant.edu
Phone: (401) 232-6169